Ismenias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Thebes - a Greek musician, 4th century B.C.
ompaniment of the flute-player Ismenias.  MUCIUS SCAE
rly, just as we say that Ismenias can play every piece of
ften say to myself, like Ismenias - for though my talents
price of six gold pieces. Ismenias ordered the sum to be
and rival Dionysodorus. Consequently, Ismenias seemed to be equalled
engravings. In the time of Ismenias, many years later, it seems
rom the same motive with Ismenias the Theban musician, who
He took prisoner Ismenias, an excellent piper, and comma
there was a Theban named Ismenias who was a skilled musici
further benefactions, Ismenias, now rejoicing over the
of Chalcis - a Greek painter, 4th century B.C.
Erechtheium, painted by Ismenias the Chalcidian; in the
of Thebes - a Theban politician, early 4th century B.C.
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orded them countenance; Ismenias, a leading man among the
he was arrested with Ismenias by Alexander, tyrant of
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